Thursday, July 24, 2008

2 Tier Paneer Sandwiches

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Sufficiently sustaining for a light meal. Afew ready made potato chips can be served along with sandwiches to make the meal wholesome.

Serves 2

Ingredients

3 white bread slices

6 brown bread slices

14-15 paalak leaves-steam by pacing them in a big steel strainer kept upon a pan of boiling water for 2 minutes, till leaves turn a little soft

3 tbsp grated cheese


Curd Spread

1 cup curd hung for ½ hour

100gm paneer grated or ½ cup home made paneer smashed

½ tsp roasted cumin powder

½ tsp mustard powder

1 tsp red chilli sauce or tomato sauce


Vegetable mix together

½ cucumber-peeled, grated (½ cup)

1 small carrot finely grated carrot (½ ucp)

1 tomato-finely chopped without pulp

¼ tsp salt and 2 pinches pepper or to taste



Method


  1. Tie curd in a muslin cloth and hang for 30 minutes.
  2. Mix grated vegetables & tomato together. Add salt and pepper to taste.
  3. Beat hung curd till smooth. Add paneer, salt, pepper roasted cumin powder and mustard powder. Add chilli sauce or tomato sauce. Keep aside.
  4. Spread 1 heaped tbsp curd paste on one slice of brown bread.
  5. Cover with palak leaves. spread 1/2 portion of the vegetables.
  6. Top with a butter white slice and with buttered side down. Press lightly.
  7. Spread 1 tbsp curd spread again on this slice. Sprinkle 1 tbsp cheese.
  8. Top with a buttered brown slice with the buttered slice down. Press.
  9. Keep aside. Similarly make 2 more sandwiches. Wrap them in a cling film and refrigerate.
  10. At serving time, remove the side crusts and cut into half diagonally to get 2 triangular 2 tier sandwiches from each. Serve with a salad and a summer soup or a cooler.

5 comments:

Sireesha said...

Lovely and delicious sandwiches.....

Andhra Flavors said...

u have something in my blog.

easycrafts said...

The sandwich looks so inviting

notyet100 said...

looks delish

Priti said...

Umm sandwich looks so yummy...and paneer making it more yummy...so gud

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